Caroline Garve Boyer
Born November 5, 1925
Caroline Garve Boyer. Caroline passed away on January 30, 2013 in Marietta, GA. Born on November 5, 1925 to T. Walter Garve and Elizabeth Fell Garve, Caroline graduated from George School (high school) in Newtown, PA and received a two year Business Degree from Capital University in Columbus, OH. Caroline was also known to her friends as Ki. She was a member of the Eastern Star in the Reber Chapter #161, National Society Magna Charta Dames, Scottish Clan McBean and The Sovereign Colonial society Americans of Royal Descent. Caroline was married to Dayle Lewis Boyer in 1958 and raised their family in Annandale, VA where she was an active volunteer for the Broyhill Crest Recreational Club. Caroline and Dayle retired in Louisiana and enjoyed traveling until he passed away in 2005. She was a loving and caring wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, aunt and great-aunt and will be greatly missed by her family and friends. She is survived by; son, Duncan Garve Boyer (Donna Duncan); daughter, Sarah Elizabeth Boyer; grandchildren, Kristina Boyer Randall (John Alan), Stephanie Boyer Eddy (Kory Eddy), Vincent Garve Boyer, Geoffrey Dayle Boyer and Michael Duncan Kloppenberg; great-grandchildren, John Alan Randall, Jr and Alysin Caroline Randall, Kameron Boyer Eddy and Layton Eddy; sister, Hildegard Garve Etzkorn, nieces and nephews. A private family service will be held at a later date. Arrangements entrusted to H.M. Patterson & Son, Canton Hill, Marietta, GA, 770-977-9485.
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December 16, 2013
I happened to "google" Caroline as I am ready to mail Christmas cards. I am so sorry to learn that Caroline had passed but she is now with Dayle who she missed for those 7+ years. As I am a Boyer cousin, thru my mother, my husband and I had visited with Dayle and Caroline in Annadale many years ago while he was still working. Your Dad came into the Port of Houston many years ago also and we went to pick him up and spent the afternoon and evening with him until he had to return to the ship. We certainly enjoyed knowing them and corresponding with them each year.
My condolences to the family almost a year late, but glad I did find out.
May God Bless you and your family.
March 22, 2013
This candle represents the light you were in the lives of so many people during your lifetime.
You were loved & admired by everyone who met you & will be greatly missed, but your spirit will live on through them.
I know you & Dayle are thrilled to be together again, and picturing the two of you traveling the universe together for eternity warms my heart & makes me smile...
February 15, 2013
Mom, I have always considered myself very lucky to have parents that were always so involved with my life. You allowed me to learn, fail and succeed. Through the success and failures I always knew that you and Dad would always be there. I learned from that and tried to pass that on to my kids and hope they will continue to pass that on to their children. The greatest gift you always gave me was love. Both you and Pop will be missed by all of us but know that we will succeed because of your efforts. I Love You. Tell Pop Happy Birthday today. Love Duncan
February 10, 2013
Aunt Ki never had a bad thing to say about anyone. A remarkable feat for someone living past 80. I lived with she and Dale for a month after my college graduation, when I had no idea what to do with my life or how to make money to eat. They were both so kind to me. We were all lucky to have known her. Susan Dobmeyer
February 10, 2013
Grandma, I will miss you more then words can express. I know you are at peace now with poppy enjoying long cuts and extra ketchup packets. I love both of you and am so happy you are together again.
February 9, 2013
Mom, I will miss you forever. May you and Dad know perfect peace in Heaven and have many scenic rides through its perfection and leisurely lunches at quaint cafes. Love, Sarah
Stephanie Boyer Eddy
February 8, 2013
Dear Grandma,you were the most amazing person i know. I love you and will miss you so much..Not only were you my grandma but you were my mother and best friend. R.I.P. I LOVE YOU!!! Stephanie
Hildegard (Hildy) Garve E.
February 7, 2013
My dear sister Ki, who never learned or wanted to use a computer, would faint dead away with being posted on "google." She died perhaps at the right time after being a wonderful big sister. I loved her, I miss her, Hildy
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